|9 Haiku - No. 1. Culture's beginnings: rice-planting songs from the heart of the country.|
|9 Haiku - No. 2. Above the moor not attached to anything, a skylark singing.|
|9 Haiku - No. 3. This bright harvest moon keeps me walking all night long around the little pond.|
|9 Haiku - No. 4. As the sound fades, the scent of the flowers comes up the evening bell.|
|9 Haiku - No. 5. The lightning flashes and slashing through the darkness, a night heron's screech.|
|9 Haiku - No. 6. Where's the moon? As the temple bell is sunk in the sea.|
|9 Haiku - No. 7. Clouds come from time to time and bring to men a chance to rest from looking at the moon.|
|9 Haiku - No. 8. My eyes following until the bird was lost at sea found a small island.|
|9 Haiku - No. 9. Sick on a journey, only my dreams will wander these desolate moors.|
|Hands On! - Hands On!|
|Dharma Pops - Snap yr finger stop the world! - Rain falls harder|
|Dharma Pops - Rain's over, hammer on wood - this cobweb rides the sun shine|
|Dharma Pops - The raindrops have plenty of personality - Each one|
|Dharma Pops - Bach through an open dawn window - the birds are silent|
|Dharma Pops - The strumming of the trees reminded me of immortal afternoon|
|Dharma Pops - Evening coming - The office girl unloosing her scarf|
|Dharma Pops - Nat Wills - America in 1905|
|Dharma Pops - Useless! useless! - heavy rain driving into the sea|
|Dharma Pops - The Golden Gate creaks with sunset rust|
|Dharma Pops - Three pencils arranged, Three minutes, Sambaghakaya, Nirvanakaya, Dharmakaya|
|Dharma Pops - —|
|Same Rivers Different - Same Rivers Different|
|Protest Song - Protest Song|
|Automotive Passacaglia - Automotive Passacaglia|
Lyricists: Peter Gizzi; Matt Kantorski; Al Cerulo; Michael McCurdy; Matsuo Basho; Jack Kerouac.
Personnel: Soon Cho (mezzo soprano); Nicholas Naegle, Graeme Jennings, Carla Kihlstedt (violin); Bart Feller (flute); Laura Sabo (bass clarinet); Linda Mark, Shiau-uen Ding, James Tocco (piano); Brianna Goldberg (bass guitar); Christopher Froh, Russell Burge, James Culley, Joe Bergen (percussion).
Audio Remasterer: Thomas Haines.
Liner Note Author: John Halle.